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FIDM Designer of Tomorrow Scholarship Competition

The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) Scholarship Competition is open to all U.S high school seniors or graduates who have not had any prior training in the category of the competition they are entering. In previous years, entrant projects included: creating a promotional plan for a major fashion retailer; designing a poster for a trendy line of sportswear; creating an ideal bedroom for a young couple; or designing a new clothing line. Projects are judged on creativity, thoughtfulness, and promise. We are accepting projects in the following categories:



- Graphic Designer of Tomorrow
- Fashion Designer of Tomorrow
- Interior Designer of Tomorrow
- Fashion Merchandising Executive of Tomorrow
- Visual Designer of Tomorrow
- Digital Media Artist of Tomorrow

Please visit our website to request the Scholarship Competition Project Guidelines & Entry Form - we look forward to seeing your creativity shine!

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